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2017 Overall Results - Men

Cat Pos 147.
GC Pos 297.
Time 42:28.44,5
Distance 651km
Avg. Speed 15.33km/h
Climbing 14550m

2017 Stage Results - Men

Prologue 179. Cat, 367. GC
1:37.42,9 +35.50,5
Stage 1 176. Cat, 358. GC
7:40.30,3 +3:14.55,3
Stage 2 156. Cat, 316. GC
4:09.07,2 +1:35.50,7
Stage 3 149. Cat, 295. GC
4:54.11,3 +1:50.25,3
Stage 4 151. Cat, 306. GC
6:39.35,7 +2:29.35,4
Stage 5 148. Cat, 296. GC
5:59.25,7 +2:08.47,2
Stage 6 136. Cat, 274. GC
7:00.18,7 +2:33.39,8
Stage 7 158. Cat, 313. GC
4:27.52,7 +1:30.37,8

Bruce and Antony have completed the Absa Cape Epic they entered together.
They have achieved the following results together:

2017 Team Rare-ing 2 Go (Men), Cat Pos: 147., GC Pos: 297., Time: 42:28.44,5

495-1 Bruce Campbell

South Africa South Africa

Epics Completed: 1

Nickname: BC

Age: 30

 

Profession: Teacher

I entered the Absa Cape Epic...
To have a really big platform to help raise awareness for Rare Disease SA Organization.

Best Results:
7th in Great Zuurberg Trek 3-day mtb stage race
6th in PE 2 Plett 4-day Mtb stage race
Completed Sudety 6-day mtb stage race in Poland

Absa Cape Epics History:

2017 - Finisher (Men)
            Cat Pos: 147. GC Pos: 297. Time: 42:28.44,5

495-2 Antony Daniels

South Africa South Africa

Epics Completed: 3

Nickname: Ant

Age: 46

 

Profession: Finance Manager

I entered the Absa Cape Epic...
Will be my third Epic - can't get enough of this amazing event.

Best Results:
2015 ABSA Cape Epic
2016 ABSA Cape Epic
2015 Sani2C
2015 Transbaviaans
2015 Garden Route 300

Absa Cape Epics History:

2017 - Finisher (Men)
            Cat Pos: 147. GC Pos: 297. Time: 42:28.44,5

2016 - Individual Finisher (Masters) Time: 51:10.43,7

2015 - Finisher (Men)
            Cat Pos: 173. GC Pos: 333. Time: 51:34.11,4

Charity Details

31%

ZAR 14 000

ZAR 45 000

 

Rare Disease South Africa

Website: www.rarediseases.co.za/

Donate: Click here

Why Riding: I myself have a very rare genetic disease known as Pompe disease, it is a neuromuscular disease resulting from an enzyme deficiency which causes an accumulation of glycogen. It results in progressive muscle weakness, muscle pain and many other issues. Text books suggest that I shouldn't be capable of doing the things I have been doing - endurance, multi-day events. I am doing these events to create awareness of the many rare diseases out there that doctors are missing and people are being misdiagnosed constantly. I want to help others gain access to life-saving treatment and supportive care for improved quality of life.